Part of a yearlong series on Torah’s wisdom about building and builders in Jewish spiritual life. So far, Builders Blog traced Torah’s first 18 portions, harvesting lessons about spiritual building […]
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With gratitude to our many collaborators, partners, friends, colleagues, teachers, advisors, and fellow builders: First Build: Bayit Impact Report 2019 [pdf] Our mission, and vision, and animating principles. Our inspirations, and […]
Part of a yearlong Torah series about building and builders in spiritual life. A recent exhibit at The Brooklyn Museum reminded me of the potent spiritual power in building things, […]
“A Foggy Passage” Simon Kingsworth The farther you progress in the spiritual life, the lonelier it gets. The topics that used to consume you may now only arouse faint interest. (How […]
Part of a yearlong series mining Torah’s wisdom about spiritual building and builders. Question: How to build a special community that focuses on the transcendent? Answer: Empower an entire nation! […]
From the beginning, we’ve wanted to have an advisory board for Bayit — a diverse group of thoughtful, creative, smart people to help us steer our work. It’s good […]
Part of a yearlong series mining Torah’s wisdom about spiritual building and builders. It’s a heady and awesome thing to “build for God.” That’s what spiritual builders do. That’s […]
Part of a yearlong series on Torah wisdom about building and builders. In this week’s Torah portion, Bo, God instructs Moses (Ex. 12) about four practices they are to teach […]
“Mom, let’s build a gingerbread house!” Maybe my nine year old got the idea because he was building a LEGO set while watching The Great British Bake-Off. He’s been on […]